In this post/video, I wanted to show you how to apply 3D rotations to your ClickFunnels elements using custom CSS!
In our last post, we have done some 2D transformations, including rotation, scaling, translations, and skewing around one central point. The 3D rotations rotate the entire element along all 3 dimensions – the x, y, and z axes.
All you have to do is input the same declaration as in our previous video into your custom CSS after you select your element in ClickFunnels: ‘transform:rotate(30deg)’, or however many degrees you want the element to be rotated by. The only difference is that now you will need to also add an axis you want your element to be rotate around – x, y, or z. So right after the word ‘rotate’, immediately after put in a letter X, Y, or Z, and your picture should rotate around that axis!
If you want your picture to rotate around several axes at the same time, you need to add the declarations all in one line, just like in the last video. So if I want my element to rotate 30 degrees around all the axes, I will input the following after selecting my element in custom CSS: ‘rotateX(30deg) rotateY(30deg) rotateZ(30deg)’ which should rotate it around every axis.
Stay tuned for the next videos, where we will see how these rotations unravel before your eyes so you can actually see as it rotates!
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